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ITV News in Mosul: City now a place of the dead after double hell of IS occupation and liberation


In our days filming we came across more bodies than we did people. After all this time, the dead remain in the broken shells of homes.

Matthew Falder: The scientist who was unmasked as one of Britain's most sadistic sex offenders


To his friends, he was a talented and popular scientist. But in reality, Matthew Falder was one of Britain’s most sadistic sex offenders.

300 jobs axed as Russell Hume goes into administration


Nearly 300 staff have been axed at Russell Hume after the meat supplier collapsed into administration.

'The devil incarnate': Paedophile former football coach Barry Bennell sentenced to 31 years


Serial paedophile Barry Bennell was branded "the devil incarnate" by a judge who sentenced him to 31 years for abusing 12 young footballers.

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Man awarded £7 million damages for radiotherapy overdose


The man was left with a permanent brain injury after he was given double the intended dose of radiotherapy as a teenager over 20 years ago.


Cloudy with rain and drizzle. Brighter, milder in the west.


Turning colder again over the next few days.


KFC forced to shut some outlets due to chicken shortage


What would the Colonel say? KFC been forced to shut a number of its outlets across the UK after running out of chicken.


Prolific paedophile Matthew Falder jailed for 32 years after admitting more than 130 sex offences


A former Birmingham University academic has been jailed for 32 years after abusing and blackmailing more than 40 victims online.

How do English university fees compare to the rest of the world?


As tuition fees in England continue to prove to be among the most experience in the world, we look at how they compare to other nations.


Australian police seize £152 million of drugs hidden in cranes


Police said on Monday they have arrested three people and seized 330 kilos of methamphetamine.


Iconic guitar-maker Gibson could face bankruptcy


There are fears the iconic guitar-maker Gibson could be facing bankruptcy in the near future.

Employers in 'Dark Ages' with 'antiquated' views on recruiting women


Three in five employers believe it is ok to ask a woman if she has young children and if she is pregnant in an interview, the study found.

Student survivors of Florida school massacre demand action from politicians


Survivors of the shooting which left 17 people dead are to march on Washington DC as they demand changes to gun laws in the US.


Dull and damp start to the week


Monday will see a dull, damp and murky start, with temperatures reaching highs of 13C (55F).

Woman arrested after abusive note left on ambulance


The note was left for paramedics attending an emergency call in Stoke-on-Trent on Sunday morning.

Medal-winning Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky charged with doping offence

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Alexander Krushelnitsky is widely reported to have tested positive for meldonium, a drug which increases blood flow.

Oxfam witness 'physically threatened and intimidated by three suspects'


A witness was in the Oxfam sex scandal investigation was physically threatened and intimidated by three of the suspects


Over £2 billion in old £10 notes still in circulation as cut-off date to spend them looms


From March 1, the paper £10 note will cease to be legal tender - replaced completely by the polymer version.


Theresa May launches review into 'expensive' university fees


The Prime Minister admitted to concerns that the current system is narrowing access to poorer students.


Stars turn out in black at politically-charged Baftas

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Stars appeared in black as they called for an end to harrassment at the UK's film awards night.

Sunday, Feb 18

Justine Greening vs Damian Hinds


Has Damian Hinds' proposal that universities could perhaps charge different fees for different courses opened a can of worms, asks Peston?

Education Minister: Tuition fees should reflect value to society


Damian Hinds' suggested that fees should reflect the cost of delivering a course and future earnings, as well as the needs of the country.

Shocking scale of sexual abuse at UK boarding schools revealed by ITV documentary


An ITV Exposure documentary has investigated the private schools that appeared willing to disregard children’s safety.

190 British actresses demand end to sexual harassment ahead of Baftas

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The letter calls for an end to harassment, abuse, and impunity in a world "ripe for change".

Saturday, Feb 17

Family of murdered MP Jo Cox pledge support to husband Brendan after 'inappropriate' behaviour


The widower of murdered MP Jo Cox has quit two charities set up in her memory after sexual assault allegations from his past resurfaced.

Henry Bolton sacked as Ukip leader after party backs no confidence vote


Henry Bolton has been dismissed as leader of Ukip after party members backed a no confidence motion at an extraordinary general meeting.

Team GB's Lizzy Yarnold wins gold in skeleton as teammate Laura Deas takes bronze at Winter Olympics

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Lizzy Yarnold has won gold in the skeleton at the Winter Olympics, while her teammate Laura Deas took bronze in the same event.

Theresa May warns Brexit must not jeopardise security in Europe


"The challenge for all of us today is finding the way to work together, through a deep and special partnership between the UK and the EU."

Friday, Feb 16

US indicts 13 Russians and three Russian entities for alleged 2016 election meddling


In a court document, the US government said Russian entities began interfering in the political processes as early as 2014.

Whistleblower claims Russell Hume sold foreign beef as British


ITV News believes the biggest food investigation in Britain is about to get bigger.

Woman tells ITV News she began relationship with 'orgy-loving' Oxfam ex-Haiti chief Roland van Hauwermeiren at 17


The Haitian told ITV News she was heavily pregnant when he saw her from an Oxfam car and said: "I find you very sexy, how can I help you?"

Florida school shooting: Who are the victims?


A football coach, an athletics director, a soccer player, a star swimmer and many young students are among the dead.

Thursday, Feb 15

Can ALICE stop gun malice? Trained teachers share concerns over defence measures after Florida shooting massacre


Teachers across America reacting to the Florida school massacre have expressed doubts about their training to deal with an "active shooter".

Barry Bennell may have abused more than 100 young footballers


Bennell, already a convicted paedophile, was described as a "a child molester on an industrial scale" during the course of the trial.

America's 18 school shootings in the first 44 days of 2018


The shooting at a Florida high school was the 18th of its kind this year in the United States.

Another mass shooting brings an understandable sense of hopelessness


This is a heavily armed society with no political impetus for gun control and a mental health crisis that is rarely addressed.

Wednesday, Feb 14

Cyril Ramaphosa to replace Jacob Zuma as South Africa's president


South Africa's ruling party says it will nominate acting president Cyril Ramaphosa to be elected as the country's new leader on Thursday.

Nikolas Cruz 'remorseful' as police report claims he confessed to Florida school shooting massacre


Nikolas Cruz has been charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder following a high school shooting in Florida.

Exclusive: 10,000 People with dementia 'trapped' in hospital every year amid social care crisis


New figures reveal the scale of the issue which is costing the NHS millions and causing misery for people with dementia and their families.

ITV News learns disgraced Oxfam official's replacement was fired amid claims of 'inappropriate behaviour'


ITV News has learned Roland Van Hauwermeiren's replacement was dismissed last year amid allegations of inappropriate behaviour.